Tartar is a product of the minerals in our saliva and plaque buildup on teeth. Regularly a person must make tartar removal an average of 6 months. Otherwise, incidence of gingivitis and gum disease is increased.
Dental stone is commonly seen on the rear face of the front teeth in the lower jaw and on front faces of upper first molars . This occurs because of the sublingual salivary gland and cheek salivary gland. If the tartar is not removed it causes gum recession. If it goes far can lead bone and tooth loss.
First the good brushing of the teeth would prevent the formation of plaque. Formed dental stones should be removed by a dentist. The dentist should be visited for examination once in 6 months.
Definitely and absolutely NOT. Tartar on the teeth and are harmful substances for teeth, gums and the surrounding tissues. If not removed ; would lead to more advanced gum disease and may lead to loss of the patient's dental condition.